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. this is the third time bay area police have had to open fire on suspects this week alone. an incident in san jose and a separate one in san francisco both involved car chases and ended up with police fatally shooting the suspects. reporting live in hayward, kira klapper, abc7 news. >> thanks, kira. we will have more on that on our newscast tonight. >>> san jose police continue to search a stretch of highway 85 for evidence tossed out of a speeding car by a man trying to get away from officers. it happened at blossom and calaro avenues. he intentionally rammed several patrol car. abc news reporter sergio shows us dramatic video shot by witnesses. [sirens] [shooting] >> from the moments the pursuit ended you can hear more than a dozen gunshots. a police spokesman said officers had reason to believe their suspect was dangerous. >> they get out of their cars, they are dealing with what they believe to be an armed suspect. they draw their firearms and gave commands. at that point he displayed some type of threatening behavior toward the officers. >> this pursuit started at low speed near camden and un
collecting evidence. just before 7:00 last night san jose police officers in unmarked cars tried to stop the car but the driver of the car started ramming into two police cars and a parked vehicle. the officer got out of their vehicle and that's when the suspect accelerated towards the officer. out of fear for their lives they shot the suspect and one neighbor heard all the chaos while she was eating dinner. >> we heard a car crash and she looked out the window and it was a car crash and we ran outside and we all of a sudden heard a popping sound and i guess it was gunfire. and they had all of their guns drawn and she was telling everybody, go inside, go inside. [ police sirens ] >> reporter: that suspect was rushed to the hospital where he died of his injuries and there was a passenger with him and he is being cooperative and it is unknown if he will be charged with anything. this happened in an unincorporated area of san jose. they have people being placed on administrative leave, back out here live again this is a meticulous shooting. i do have a s
is on board. lilian kim is live in san jose with those details. . >> we are in front of pizza my heart, and the employees have been enjoying the pay increase for a few months now. >> the $2 minimum wage increase does not kick in until monday. the workers at pizza my heart got their pay bumps in december. >> one i wanted to test it and two i wanted to see how it works and make sure everything was fine. >> chuck hammers is the owner of the pizza chain. he says so far so good. >> we raised prices a little bit. roughly 3% overall. that was kind of the test to make sure that will cover it, and it has. it has been neutral to us overall. >> for employees going from $8 to $10 has made a big difference. justin is a student at san jose state. >> represent is easier -- rent is easier to make and gas prices are going up which is convenient and helpful. >> the south bay labor council is trying to use the minimum wage as a way to encourage shoppers and diner as a way to spend their dollars in san jose. point is hard to ignore, even if it means having to pay more. >> go out to eat because i enjoy it.
policia .. aproximadamente 9 mil personas en san jose tienen vinculos con pandilleros.. y una de ellas pudo haber sido responsable por el crimen de anoche. ---ante la ola de violencia en la cuidad los residentes estan buscando formas creativas de combatir o por lo menos confundir a los pandilleros.. -- esto es parte de l programa corazon que invita a los jovenes a entregar ropa que tenga colores o simbolos de pandillas.. y por su puesto armas de fuego 10:15 enrique flores/east side heroes: it's a tug of war, it's a tug of war and we can't stop -- enrique flores uno de los lideres del movimiento indica que es una batalla dura pero que no se pueden dar por vencidos. -- por su parte, las autoridades estan dedicando recursos para combatir las pandillas con la ayuda de 40 oficiales, 32 de ellos patrullando.. esto sin contar la unidad anti pandillas --- el departamento de policia cree que existen 90 pandillas en san jose gaby -- este sabado en el aeropuerto reid hillview se las personas podran canjear armas por dinero.. tambien ropa alusiva a las pandillas.... y se realizara una caminata por
. tonight final preparations, people from around the country will gather at the hp pavilion in san jose for the funeral of the two fallen santa cruz police officers. streets and freeways will be impacted tomorrow during this emotional event. nbc bay area's damian trujillo joins us this evening from santa cruz. damian? >> reporter: well, raj, they opened the doors at 3:00 this afternoon here at the santa cruz memorial. there's been a steady flow of people ever since. insid inside the chapel are the two officers who gave their lives for their community. they lie with honor inside the memorial, side-by-side. sergeant butch baker and sergeant elizabeth butler. >> i brought some flowers to come and pay my respects to these brilliant officers that went way beyond the line of duty. >> reporter: supporters and strangers lined up for their turn to pay homage to a man and a woman who died wearing their blues protecting the city. >> it's something i don't think we can comprehend. it's a tragedy that should have never happened. >> reporter: sergeant baker and officer butler were questioning jeremy
4's rob fladeboe is live tonight in san jose. rob what is the latest? the object of the amber alert, this white 2006 jeep liberty was located just before noon here in the parking lot of a southside apartment complex on amargoza court with the baby still inside. about 5 hours earlier, just after 6:30 monday morning, 11-month old gabriella quintero was in her carseat in the back of that s.u.v. parked here in the driveway of the family residence on amador court. as her mother went inside for something, police say a woman on foot got behind the wheel of the jeep and sped away. an amber alert and the child's photo and susepct vehicle information was flashed across the bay area. one of many tips led police to where gabriella was found. christina calleros saw the rescue unfold. it's not clear what led the suspect vehicle here to amargoza court, some five miles from the baby's home in east san jose. police could be seen going door to door canvassing the neighborhood, taping off large section of the sprawling complex. the white s.u.v. hauled away for a more thorough inpsection. the disticnti
and killed by police in east san jose. investigators are looking into what led up to this shooting. we'll have an update. ♪ >>> and overnight mass at the vatican, marking a new era for the church. >> reporter: miami or santa clara? who will host super bowl l? the nfl has nare roared it down but it doesn't necessarily want to pay. we'll tell you what the organization is asking for t "mornings on 2" starts now. >>> well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm tori campbell. it's tuesday, march 19th. >>> we have new video on developing news we first told you about in our last hour, the marine corps has confirmed seven marines were killed last night during a training exercise near the california/nevada border. there was an explosion just before 10:00 p.m. at the hawthorne army depot near hawthorne,ner. that's about 140 miles --ner. that's about 140 -- nevada. that's about 140 miles east. we've also learned the marines were based out of camp lejeune, north carolina. an official on scene was revealing limited information. >> it was a accident that ha
that is at the center of the labor dispute. >> and special day in san jose. for police department that has been seeing trying times. new sense of optimism. >> and how neighbors are trying >> and how neighbors are trying to save íáf- >> as north korea shows off the military hard ware the united states announces that the best offense is a good defense. good evening everyone. dan is off tonight the threat engines action by north korea prompt the u.s. to beef up the missile defense city. pentagon adding 14 new missile interceptor on the west coast. martha on how real the north korean threat is. today more provocation. 2 short range missiles launched but it is the unexpectedly quick advances that north korea and the young leader kim have made in recent month. newshawk test. long range missile launches and this apparently new road mobile intercontinental ballistic missile that has convinced the pentagon that protective measures must be dr. matcly increased. >> reason we are in inconveniencing our program here homeland security is to not take any chances. is to stay ahead of the threat. >>reporter
. the 68-year-old is a former baltimore police commissioner who served on the san jose police force. he can spend city funds, oversee top commanders and the chief and his deputies. >> in less than 48 hours the cardinals of the roman catholic church will cast their first ballot in the conclave to elect a new pope. reporter: from the pews, to the pulpit. >> , on this the second consecutive sunday without a pope, prayers center enon the weighty decision ahead for he 115 cardinals who will elect the next leader of the roman catholic church. >> let's pray the holy spirit helps us choose the next pope. reporter: boston's cardinal sean o'malley stepped into the role of parry priest today. celebrating mass at their honorary churches throughout rome. this is their day of rest after six long days of speeches during the general congregation meeting, many say they have now narrowed their options. >> a week ago we said we have a lot of work to do. now you see a sense of resignation and trust and fight. >> with -- trust and faith. >> in is no obvious front runner bus factions are growing. the reformers s
warning to the united states. >> reporter: we're live in san jose where police need your help in solving a robbery. we'll tell you surveillance video of the men who targeted some teenaged boys riding the light rail. >>> and the becomes a victim and the reward growing from it. "mornings on 2" starts right now. >>> good friday move, i'm brian flores. >> i'm tori campbell. dave clark is off today. >>> police are searching for the driver who plowed into a home in san francisco's bayview district, then took off. it happened around 4:00 it morning. tara moriarty is joinging us with reaction from the home in the woman who thought there had been an earthquake. >> reporter: good morning. they thought it was an earthquake. the mother said the daughter rushed into her bedroom and said i think it's the big one and then they looked outside and saw the car smashed into their house where the blue tarp is. witnesses say the driver slammed into the house and then the suspect ran away. there appears to be about $10,000 worth of damage to the house and many items inside the garage were ruined, including a
-involved shooting in unincorporated san jose. ktvu channel 2 reporter janine de la vega is live in san jose with what police are saying about gunfire that followed an overnight chase. good morning, janine. >> reporter: good morning, tori. sheriff's deputies just cleared the scene on jerilyn drive. they've been here for 12 hours investigating. we were just told by a neighbor. they say this is where the suspect in a stolen car was shot, where you see all of this broken glass and just across the street, that's where they say that he crashed his car after he was shot. i don't know if you can see. there's some debris there, still in the street in this residential neighborhood. now, this all took place just before 7:00 last night. san jose police were driving in unmarked cars from the specialized metro team. they spotted the stolen car, tried to spot it. authorities say they did use their lights and siren. the suspect then started to ram into police cars and the parked vehicle. one of the officers got out of his car. investigators say that's when the suspect
but not everyone is on board. lilian kim is live in san jose with those details. . >> we are in front of pizza my heart, and the employees have been enjoying the pay increase for a few months now. >> the $2 minimum wage increase does not kick in until monday. the workers at pizza my heart got their pay bumps in december. >> one i wanted to test it and two i wanted to see how it works and make sure everything was fine. >> chuck hammers is the owner of the pizza chain. he says so far so good. >> we raised prices a little bit. roughly 3% overall. that was kind of the test to make sure that will cover it, and it has. it has been neutral to us overall. >> for employees going from $8 to $10 has made a big difference. justin is a student at san jose state. >> represent is easier -- rent is easier to make and gas prices are going up which is convenient and helpful. >> the south bay labor council is trying to use the minimum wage as a way to encourage shoppers and diner as a way to spend their dollars in san jose. point is hard to ignore, even if it means having to pay more. >> go out to eat because i enj
to kill arriving deputies. >>> developing news in san jose where police continue to look for a killer. the man stabbed a woman to death yesterday afternoon just a few blocks from the santa clara county sheriff's office. john alston has more from north first street. >> the brutal stabbing happened in broad day light just after 2:30 in the afternoon in the parking lot next to the togo sandwich shop. matt was eating lunch when he heard a commotion and ran out to help the woman slashed on her neck and arms. >> i held her head up and kept pressure on it. i said, who did this? can you give me a name, any name? and she couldn't really talk. >> he, too, was covered in blood when the paramedics arrived. >> i feel it was horrible for her to have to die that way, and i just hope by me being there maybe it wasn't as bad way to die. >> he walked to north second street where he was doing handiwork and had to convince police he was not the killer. police say the real culprit hopped the fence and ran through this neighborhood where detectives found blood in front of some homes. the detectives came by
and then the parolee called 911 and threatened to kill arriving deputies. >> in san jose police continue to look for a killer. the man stabbed a woman to death yesterday afternoon just a few blocks from the santa clara county sheriff's office. john alston has more from north first street. >> brutal stabbing happened in broad daylight in a parking lot next to the togo sandwich shop. matt was eating lunch when he heard a commotion and rushed out to help the woman that was slashed on her neck and arms. >> i held her head up and kept pressure on it. i said who did this? can you give me any name. >> he, too, was covered in blood when paramedics arrived. >> i feel like it was horrible for her to have to die that way. i hope that my being there maybe it wasn't as bad to die. >> he walked to north second street and had to convince police he was not the killer. police say the real culprit hop add fence and ran through the neighborhood where they found blood in front of some homes. >> detective came by and circled where the blood spots are. we have been told to stay in our house and keep doors and windows
recognize these men, call san jose police. i also want to mention that a couple of months ago a woman was robbed. she was on ray street and that incident when we reported it, we showed pictures of the suspect and people called into the station, recognizing the suspects, an arrest was made. police are hoping, even though this is an unrelated case, if police recognize the pictures, that maybe, you know, they will call into police and they will be able to get success in this case. reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, janine. >>> a suicide bomber killed 11 people and injured more than 20 in an attack at a u could. son sue lit in pakistan -- u.s. consulate in pakistan. reportedly, the target of the attack was a police commander. he was not hurt. the pakistani taliban claimed responsibility for the attack saying police are part of the system they don't recognize and they are operating against us. >>> meantime, a mass rally in north korea today against the u.s. coming up at 7:15, the action by the u.s. that has
at the can carlos airport. 47 san jose as well as half moon bay. here's a look at the 24 hour temperature change. the blue-green shading indicator of the cooler start in oakland. livermore, san jose, mountain view warmer newspaper the north bay. so overall today very much like yesterday. that breeze kicked up out of the northwest in the afternoon. today, though, we are absent of fog. we are starting out clear. as a result the warming gets underway wicker. sunny and breezy. rain will arrive by tuesday late. looks like the tuesday evening commute will be dry. high pressure sitting offshore once again, allowing for the pattern to remain very much the same. so we are looking at the sunshine. maybe a few high clouds, but overall really nice looking day. temperatures anywhere from five to ten degrees above the average. 66 in yosemite. the falls keep going there with the snowmelt. 77 fresno, upper 70s monterey, low 60s san diego. taking you back home low 60s this afternoon. san francisco, upper 60s from the peninsula, palo alto, and about 70 today. san jose 72 in couldn't cruz. northwest winds t
-per-hour, and san jose, breezy, westerly wind at 12 miles-per-hour. highs today, we warmed up nicely. the high clouds still we us out there right now. santa rosa, 70. concord, 71. santa cruz, 73. the rooftop cam, looking down on the embarcadero. san carlos, 64. san jose, high clouds. 64. and santa cruz right now, 63. from our mt. tamalpais camera you can see high clouds already starting to develop across the bay area. santa rosa right now, 69. 71 in fairfield, and hay werd right now, 61. this is the forecast highlights, clouds overnight. partly cloudy monday, and then showers likely as we head towards the latter part of the work week. lows tonight as the clouds venture in, they'll help to insulate us a little more so temperatures will come up a few degrees, especially in the north and east bay locations. livermore, 41. the closer to the bay and the coast, the more moderate the temperature will be. so san francisco overnight, 47. richmond as well. high pressure responsible for this nice spring weekend will start to lose a little bit of its grip tomorrow. so we'll look for a little bet more clou
on the san jose police force. he'll have authority to spend city funds and even out of the chief and demote deputies. >> minimum wage workers will get a raise of $2 an hour. it will go up to $10 an hour. claims from opponents say that it will hurt businesses and employees. some businesses have raised prices by 25 cents to help cover the higher wage but other businesses already pay their workers more than minimum wage say. >> the cardinals within hours will cast their first ballot to elect a new pope. a day of prayer and church politics. >> from the pews to the pulpit. >> the only we gotten son of god. >> on this consecutive sunday without a pope, prayers centered on the decision ahead for the 115 cardinals who will elected the next leader of the roman catholic church. >> let us pray to the holy spirit to choose this new pope and firmness of our faith.... >> cardinal sean o'malley stepped into the role of parish priest today celebrating mass at their honorary churches throughout rome. >> this is their day of rest. after six days of spoo speesms, they have narrowed their options. >> a week ag
have to mention the sponsor to get the rides for free. >>> san jose police arrested a woman in connection with the robbery at the light rail station last months. jozette rehe yost was arrested and they are looking for her brother jonathan who is homeless. now, this is the surveillance picture of her taken at the station. her brother is accused of stealing the women's purse. >>> the search is for sierra lamar continues one year later. yesterday, volume untears trudged counsel steep hills and there are hundreds of searches since sierra went missing. this man is charged with her kidnapping and murder. >> unfortunately he is saying absolutely nothing and leaving it to everybody else to figure out what happened to this young girl. >>> they had a fundraiser to keep going. and hoping that sierra will one day be found. they want to make sure her name and pictures stay fresh in people's minds. the reward for information as to where she may be is now at $35,000. you can go to ktvu.com for the latest on the search. look understand the sierra lamar
's edge. san francisco tonight, dipping to 48. 44, half moon bay, san jose, 45. this is the setup. high pressure responsible for bringing us just a string of very springlike, 70-degree temperature days. the past five or seven days. it's starting to lose its grip. we're already starting to see the high clouds advance. the cold front, this is what we can expect on monday. increasing clouds. by tuesday afternoon, that is when the first batch of showers should start to move in fromle the next cold front. this is monday. 6:00. and you can definitely see the clouds increasing. we'll take you into tuesday morning. 5:00 a.m. that looks good. the high clouds. check out the evening commute. this is 3:00. that's when the first wave of moisture, tuesday, 3:00, in the afternoon, and then by 6:00, the rain is over the bay area, and it will continue to move through tuesday night and early wednesday morning. turning to showers by wednesday afternoon. highs tomorrow, come down a few more degrees with more high cloud, 67, san jose, palo alto, 66. san francisco, 62. north bay, not as many 70s. mid-to-uppe
/100 sain saint sain st. helena. 16 h, 100 in san jose. a tenth inch in concord. a little bit of rain. a third inch in napa. not enough to make a huge dent in the rainfall estimate. from the high definition roof camera the bay bridge and the embarcadero. 56 san jose. east bay emeryville camera the low level cloudiness and fog around. tomorrow morning you can certainly count on some fog here in the bay area. right now you santa rosa 53 degrees. livermore 55. here is a look at what is coming. we will continue with the clouds, fog and spotty drizzle tonight. sunny and windy tomorrow. mild inland as we head towards the weekend. cool conditions remain near the coastline. here is the cold front that has been responsible for not only the showers but the drizzle we have been seeing tonight. and that is pretty much moving out of the picture. but we will see the drizzle fading overnight tonight. like i said, still low level moisture. here is 11:00 p.m. tonight. san jose down towards the suze mountains still a little bit of green showing up and then lingering clouds for 5:00 a.m. with fog around
procession if the two fallen officers begins to san jose for the public salute to honor detective sergeant loran "butch" baker and elizabeth butler killed by an armed suspect february 26. last night many paid their respects, their flag draped caskets were at a memorial funeral home. many paying tribute to the officers who were loved and respected here in their community. >> it is a big loss for our community. i am, wherever i go i can feel the sense of sadness. we need to get our community back. >> a motorcade procession begins here at 8:45 for the beach boardwalk head north on highway 17 and travel south on highway 85 and north on highway 87 to h.p. pavilion in san jose. the fire trucks from around santa cruz county will be on every overpass from here to san jose paying respects to the fallen officers. >> we continue our team coverage this morning with abc7 news reporter, amy hollyfield, in san jose, where the service will take place. several high-ranching big aniar -- dignitaries they will attend. >> they expect so many people here and this is the largest place they could find. they got
. temperatures are not born to dropped that much. 43 and concord. 40's and san jose. warmer than today with mid- 60s for the south bay. 65 in cupertino. 63 in san jose. the east bay in the valleys. 60s in concord pleasanton and low 60s for the east bayshore. upper 50s expected. a range of 60s for the north bay. as for the sierras showers on the radar right now. snow & rain that that will continue. the rainfall will taper off with a later morning hours. clearer conditions expected and temperatures are going to stay in the 40's. local temperatures are going to go of work. as for go for next week changes with more clouds and cooler temperatures there rain could return as early as tuesday >> catherine: an annual tradition in san francisco's mission district might not happen this year. you're looking at video from last year's carnaval celebration. the organization that usually puts on the parade. has run out of money. a new group has just stepped in. but still has a lot of work to do. it needs to raise 170- thousand dollars. and get 500 volunteers in order to keep carnaval going for its 35th year. >
suspect by san jose plus. the officer who fired the faith shot wounded a murder suspect during a shoot out in november. police say the officer, a five-year veteran, shot a man after officers confronted him. they say the driver tried to run down the officer so he fired. you can see where it happened in this area. in november, the officer shot a man suspected of robbery and new december after a police chase and gun battle that left another officer wounded. >> santa clara is moving failure with the bid to host the super bowl at the new 49ers stadium in 2016 or 2017. the city council voted unanimously last night to offer concessions to the nfl. santa clara will waive a 10 percent hotel tax on the 350 rooms the nfl stack occupy and waive a 10 percent ticket surcharge and two other smaller fees. officials hope it will make the bid more attractive and competitive with miami, the other finalist to hope the super 50. representatives take the pitch to the nfl on may 21 and abc7 news reporter will have a live report at the top the hour the. >> it is expected to be a tense gathering when hewlet-packar
and threatened to kill arriving deputies. >>> developing news in san jose where police continue to look for a killer. the man stabbed a woman to death yesterday afternoon just a few blocks from the santa clara county sheriff's office. we have more from north first street. >> the brutal stabbing happened in broad date just after 2:30 in the afternoon in the parking lot next to the togo sandwich shop. matt was eating lunch when he heard a commotion and ran out to help the woman slashed on her neck and arms. >> i held her head up and kept pressure on t i said who did this, can you give me a name, any name? and he couldn't really talk. >> he, too, was covered in blood when the paramedics arrived. >> i feel it was horrible for her to have to die that way, and i hope by me being there maybe it wasn't as bad way to die. >> he walked to north second street where he was doing handiwork and had to convince police he was not the killer. police say the real culprit hopped the fence and ran through this neighborhood where detectives found blood in front of some homes. the detectives came by and circ
a sheriff's deputy, fatally shot -- a high and low speed chase through san jose and ended with police shooting and killing the driver. last night a traffic stop in union city result -- resulted in the death of a motorist. allie rasmus spoke to police. >> reporter: a tow truck took an older honda mini van. the driver is in jail and his passenger is dead after an officer involved shooting. >> the driver could have complied. >> reporter: hayward police says an officer tried to pull over pacman for speeding but he did not stop. the officer led the suspect into this area. the officer happened to have a civilian doing a ride along with him. >> made several movements to intentionally drive at the officer. >> reporter: pacman wasn't struck by the police gunfire but his passenger was. >> then you hear three shots fast. then you hear another two and you hear the door slam fast. >> reporter: police pursued pacman as he sped down d street. he was caught and arrested. police say pacman's last known address was in oakley. he is now in jail and homicide -- jail charged with homicide for the death o
in san jose. this happened just after 4:00 this afternoon. and delayed service during the rush hour. it is the third fatality on the cal tran corridor this year. >>> san francisco police believe they have arrested the man who killed a long-time newspaper vendor. 77-year-old dallas ayers worked for 30 years selling papers. the 36-year-old mark casel is charged with grabbing airings last january 28, lifting him in the air and slamming him to the ground. >> and the bay area trooper, tyler carlton has been named the nation's top trooper. the international association of chiefs of police recognized 26-year-old officer for his heroism. a gunman shot carlton's partner in september in alamo. he died at the scene, but the chp said the actions that day stopped the gunman from shooting other people. >>> with a plea to protect the poor and the environment, pope pope francis was installed as the pope of the church. 150 cardinals and 200,000 catholics. the pope rode around st. peter's square for almost an hour before the mass began. he stopped to kiss babies and ordered the pope mobile to pull o
, south san jose, our weather watcher steve, santa cruz nice as well. we're in the 50s and 60s outside currently. we still have enough of a sea breeze which is keeping temperatures from getting too warm. until these winds are more out of the northeast and warmup really holds off and you're going to spring forward an hour. we're going to move the clocks forward as we lose sleep and get an extra hour of sunlight. it's going to be nice towards the middle of next week. high clouds looking at there from north to south. high pressure is building in and it's acting like a wall for all of the specific moisture. that's going to head up towards sail, not just tomorrow but very likely all the way through friday. and this is going to be the dry air aloft, dry towards sea level, some 70s out there today and tomorrow. the most warming we see will come tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. hour by hour tonight into tomorrow morning, notice thanks to that moderate sea breeze near the coast, a sign we're not going to warm up, as the winds shift late are into the new week, that's going to leave temperatures
. >>> san jose's minimum wage workers are getting a raise, a big one. $2 an hour. the minimum wage goes up to $10 an hour tomorrow. opponents say the hike will hurt employees and businesses. however businesses that already pay workers over $10 an hour say the higher wage has led to better more expral lower turnover. >>> in san francisco, someone dropped lots of trash on a city street. the smelly pile was on mason and washington streets across fro the cable car museum. people, including tourists, had to ma muir through the trash. >> certain parts of the town, it's disgusting. >> embarrassment, ugly. it's just sad to see, tourists look at this and say, san francisco? >> ama: the department of public works told us crews are cleaning up the mess. a spokesperson says the department picks up 30-tons of trash from illegal dumping every year. >> stress and your health, the long-term damage you can face from getting too stressed out. >>> another beautiful day but what's ahead for your work week? >> leigh: is up next with the forecast. >> mike: team u.s.a. agent had their hands full with canada. and
. >> not all businesses will be able to handle the hike according to san jose's mayor. >> i am concerned about the people who are likely to lose their jobs. they will make accommodations. some will absorb it and some will pass it on to their customers and some will have to decrease jobs and lay people off. >> reporter: smith is concentrating on a paycheck that he can be proud of. >> to achieve real financial independence from my parents. i did make enough for food and rent and gas and now i might be able to do that. >> reporter: back to you. >> reporter: the minimum waeupbl is $8 an hour in california. workers are paid based on whatever rate is higher. right now there is a bill in congress proposing to raise the $federal minimum wage from $seven .25 an hour to 10.10 an hour. >>> for the first time in nearly 3 months gas prices dipped just a little. six cents in the last two weeks. nationwide the average for a gallon of unleaded is $three .74. according to gasbuddy.com the average in san francisco is $4.15 a gallon. in oakland, $4.11. the lowest
in the company. >>> well, san jose police department is getting ready to welcome some new officers. today more than 40 recruits will graduate from the san jose police academy. it's the first academy graduation for the department since 2009. and it will be held at 1:00 this afternoon at the parkside hall in downtown san jose. >>> 7:21. a little cooler out there. you will notice it. but would you like at this sunrise? that's a beautiful, live picture. rosemary orozco will be here to tell you how much cooler it will be and whether rain will be coming soon. >>> the fight to shut down drake's boy continues. now the oyster company is pulling in some celebrities for support. >>> good morning, traffic on 237, we have a little bit of slow traffic there. we'll talk about that and the new problem on the bay bridge. please. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] the new hazelnut macchiato from starbucks. crafted by hand & heart. >>> 7:23. a lawsuit filed against a chicago mcdonald's says a child ate a used condom found in the play area. a woman says her son who was 2 years old at the time cuffed up a piece --
was not badly injured. this is a third police shooting in san jose this year. >> well, a man who was ordered to clean up his house might end up owing tens of thousands of dollars in the process. back in january, we showed you this guy's place. you remember. there's so much clutter you could actually see it in satellite photos from outer space. well, after numerous complaints from neighbors and several citations to the home on lynburg street in san mateo. kpix 5's kiet doe tells us the city is now taking sgraks ken, when we were here earlier this year you would not have been able to see me from where the camera is now, but take a look at it as it is now. the homeowner has made a lot of progress but for the city of san mateo, it is not enough. >> this is what it looked like january 2nd. junk was piled chest deep in the front yard. the homeowner was sleeping in a tent. but here's what it looks like today. what a difference you can make with three months and a court order. >> i just want it over. i'm tired of fighting. i mean, tell me what i'm fighting against. tell me what it is you really want
valley. 72 for you, san jose. with your weekend in view, if you are gonna be out celebrating st. patrick's day it will be a cool start but not too bad. a lot like we're seeing this morning. the cooling trend for monday. tuesday we're going to end the last day of winter pretty much on the dry note. the first day of spring we could see some rain. i will show you the forecast coming up. >> we need that. thank you, rosemary. >>> 7:08. we have new information about the former soldier accused of killing two santa cruz police officers last month. an army spokesman says there was not enough evidence to formally charge jeremy goulet with rape allegations. dna taken from rape kits did not tie him to the crimes. leon panetta and members of congress are demanding to know why the military let goulet leave the army instead of facing rape charges. >>> marin county has a new campaign to keep s.e.a.l.s safe during the puffing season -- seals safe during the puffing season. marin biologists calling you to remind -- asking you to call the marine center if you
a description will call san jose police. in san jose, sergio, abc 7 news. >> the salary benefit package of high ranking alameda county official turning heads tonight. county administrators susan is getting more than 400,000 dollars in pay and benefits. as laura explains she gets that amount of money for the rest of her life. >> all the money is going up to the top. everybody at the bottom has to suffer. >>reporter: çó this man is referring to the salary reported future retirement benefits of alameda county administrators susan man. according to state records she makes a base salary of nearly 302,000 dollars. but with more than 121,000 in other compensation. including equity and longevity pay, performance bonus car allowance and annual salary now tops 4 23,000 dollars. >> that's a hell of a lot. 4 23,000 dollars? i work with children so they always pa take the money from the children. that bothers me. soyvl like yes when it comes to administration, they get too much. >>reporter: but it doesn't stop with her salary. according to the san francisco chronicle the 63-year-old administrator gu
agencies responded including police. the san jose fire department and red cross. neighbors were able to return about two hours later. no injuries were reported. survivors of the san brew though pipeline came together -- san bruno pipeline came together. eight people died and dozens were injured that devastated the neighborhood. they, woulded on the mural that was finished last week. today city officials unveiled the plaque of remembrance. they continued to press for stronger safety reforms after the blast. >>> and you may want to give yourself more time if you take bart. problems for some riders. delays expected to last more than a year. we'll tell you which lines will be affected. a little girl's tale of survival. the chp calls the girl's will to live remarkable. also that is one powerful storm. the premiere golf >>> commuters will have an easier drive on tuesday morning. the slide will officially be open and tomorrow there will be an invitation only ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the opening in half moon bay. it marks the end of 74 years of crumbling cliffs, accidents and high
in san jose. they record their tenth homicide of the year. also tonight a possible abduction attempt raises red flags over what the principal failed to do. plus, police and tasers. why one grouch officers does not want them. and a five-year-old boy reunited with the brother who could save his life. word of a >> dan: developing news in san jose tonight. these pictures taken earlier from sky7hd as police officers go door to door, yard to yard searching for a man who stabbed a woman to death. good evening, i'm dan ashley. the stabbing took place not far from mineta airport. it is not clear whether the victim and suspect knew one another. one witnessed saw the woman lying on the ground. >> you say, oh, and close the door, close the door. one guy kill somebody on the side. i started running. i look from the window and lady on is on the floor. >> dan: san jose police believe the suspect did not get far and may be hiding in a residential backyard between first and fourth streets north of heading street. they brought in police dogs and even a chp helicopter. the man is armed with a knife. po
. >> the weekend has arrived but rain is in the picture. live look outside at the bay bridge approach in san jose. >> we have a wide spread dense fog. the temperatures however, are on the milder side. it is out of here and will make its way for sunshine. the temperatures will be in the '60s and '70s. the clause will return we do have a potential chance of light rain for tonight. satellite and radar shows high pressure is back in control. we are gearing up for another wet weather system and i will have our full details coming up. >> although we have been are observing a lighter than usual traffic for good friday. if we do have a potential for a hot spot. a truck has overturned on 101 south of the james lick freeway. the sensors indicate that this stop and go conditions for 280. i would have expected this to back up beyond cesar dives chave z. the back of does not return to downtown san francisco yet, at least that is good news. it is a potential hot spot for 1 01 southbound. >> the time is 7:02 a.m.. a one-year-old boy is recovering this morning after being struck by gunfire. he is at children's h
in petaluma to 52 in richmond, very mild this morning. san jose, can you see it is 87. most of us are pretty close if not above average with temperatures hanging out from the low 60's to the ♪ >>> oh, yeah, super bowl champ jacoby jones of the ravens, the last dance of the night, definitely one of the most promising. >> oh, yeah. >> bruno really liked it. len thought he was -- should have been -- he only had one week coming off a knee injury. >> it's the first dance, too, yeah. >> the nerves are all gone now. who's going to win it all? kelly monaco will be along later to tell us all about the premiere night. good morning, america on this tuesday morning, george is off. great to have josh here, paula faris with us, as well. >> we have a lot to get to in this half hour. including another bizarre twist in the so-called breakup murder trial. a psychologist is revealing in court why jodi arias may have no memory of her ex-boyfriend's murder. >>> and the new fist couple of sports. tiger woods and gold medalist lindsey vonn announced they're dating. and they do it in a very happy and public way.
sometime between april and june. >>> wicked fast. that's how san jose officials are describing a new wifi launched today in the downtown area. it will speed up both surfing the net and parking and matt keller put it to the test. >> reporter: downtown san jose has a new slogan. >> i feel the need for speed and we have it. >> reporter: the speed limit on streets the same but the internet cable is online. they say it's the faster municipal wifi in the nation. >> typically we see municipal wifi deployments have 1,000 to 2,000-miles-an-hour. we're upping that ante to 10,000-miles-an-hour. >> reporter: the city says it cost $95,000 to install the equipments seen on light posts with more to come. it'll also be used to speed up park and pay kioskses. but not everyone is the a believer. >> wickedly fast, i don't know. >> reporter: meet muhammad he traveled to downtown while working on the computer world and was unimpressed with san jose's old wifi capabilities. so we did a test, right on the street. >> let's see how fast it works, pretty good. >> reporter: wickedly fast? >> pretty good. faster tha
san jose officials are describing a new wifi launched today in the downtown area. it will speed up both surfing the net and parking and matt keller put it to the test. >> reporter: downtown san jose has a new slogan. >> i feel the need for speed and we have it. >> reporter: the speed limit on streets the same but the internet cable is online. they say it's the faster municipal wifi in the nation. >> typically we see municipal wifi deployments have 1,000 to 2,000-miles-an-hour. we're upping that ante to 10,000-miles-an-hour. >> reporter: the city says it cost $95,000 to install the equipments seen on light posts with more to come. it'll also be used to speed up park and pay kioskses. but not everyone is the a believer. >> wickedly fast, i don't know. >> reporter: meet muhammad he traveled to downtown while working on the computer world and was unimpressed with san jose's old wifi capabilities. so we did a test, right on the street. >> let's see how fast it works, pretty good. >> reporter: wickedly fast? >> pretty good. faster than the one i have at the hotel. yeah. it's good. i am i
and conviction in the case. >>> new details tonight in wednesday's officer-involved shooting in san jose. police released the names and photos of the two suspects involved. they are robin philly of san jose. police say philly tried to run down a police officer. and police say both were wanted felons. they were booked on multiple charges. >>> problematic police radios are now performing up to industry standards. there had been numerous failures including during president obama's visit to oakland last summer. the city did repair the radios and reduced interference from the cell phone towers. the police union says they are working better, but there's not lot of confidence in testimony. >>> firefighters rescued at least ten dogs after responding to a house fire tonight. it was just after 6:30 at 3592 hillsboro drive. when the firefighters made their way into the house, they found a number of english bulldogs in cages. they were able to get the dogs out and contain the small fire. the dogs are okay and no one was hurt. >>> in morgan hill, police uncovered a sophisticated grow house operation in the m
valley. 69 in san jose as well as milpitas. and 68 row, and are -- six redwood city and i am seeing sunshine and half moon bay. >> the extended forecast, they will see a near repeat for monday. then the changes start to move in. by tuesday afternoon. increasing clouds and even a possibility on tuesday. but the main event will come tuesday night and continuing to fall. >> take a look at wednesday. >> cool, cool numbers. and low 60s. with cloudy can skies. and showers. >> upper 60s. back into the forecast. as early as thursday. >> it looks dry as well. >> time is now 7:40. 12 bay area sports legends were honored for thundershower achievement. they inducted the first class. joe morgan. frank robinson and ricky henderson. high school sports programs have within hit march. and last night's induction ceremony any doubles as a fundraiser. >> it is parts iting in sports. >> and six high schools. >> over 117 teams. and this can barley that. and have it for the local sports programs. >> they have the critical role in helping athletes break down the records and economic and national good morni
roadwork coming up. >> thank you. >>> a murder victim is found hidden in his own home and san jose police have a suspect. stanley jacobson was found stabbed to death at a senior housing complex in san jose. the apartment had been searched since the victim was last seen more than a month ago but family members returned yesterday and found the body stuffed under the mattress of the victim's fold-out sofa bed. his granddaughter has suspected that jacobson's girlfriend was stealing his social security checks and she had neighbors watching for the woman to return. >> my phone rang three times, office rang three times, we all called 911. i was here within eight minutes and i chased her down and kept her here until the police came. >> 47-year-old regina butler has confessed to the killing, police say. >>> a lion escaped his feeding cage before killing an intern at a fresno county animal park. 4-year-old diana hanson died instantly, the 24-year-old died when the lion broke her net at cat haven in dunlap. the lion lifted a gate on the cage while hanson was
overdose. he was arrested on wednesday at the school where he taught. a search of the san jose home turned up a thousand video clips and photographs of children who appear to be under 10 years of able. >> we didn't find any video cameras in the house that would make us indicate he was manufacturing child pornography but we have not done a complete evaluation to find if there is child porn we consider "not known." >> he worked in san jose as a substitute teacher from 2008 until a few weeks ago. the school district has notified parents of the schools where he works. >> there is a search for a missing santa cruz county man, 20 years old matthew abraham last seen by his parents on when night in
chance of sprinkles in the north bay. east of san jose there could with a springel twomplt overnight tonight, cloudy skies, clouds increase. low temperatures mid 40s and a chance of a scattered sprinkle or two. tomorrow, highs into mid-60s, 65 san jose. pin anyone slarks low to mid-60s. mid-50s on the coast. up in the north bay milder than that. we'll see mid 60s in santa rosa. east bay highs 64 in oakland and newark. inland mid to upper 60s. 67 in livermore, here is the accu-weather forecast. slight chance of showers on thursday. not a great chance. milder friday. highs back into 70s and cooling down saturday clouds increase sunday, a chance of showers. looks like it could be at least a partly wet day. they can occur. >> thank you spencer. >> coming up next reunion of an east bay woman ask a stolen dog. >> the search with a >>> messy hotel labor negotiations led to pickets won't be repeated at least in one hotel this, morning hilton workers and management celebrated signing of a new 5-year labor agreement. the new pact gives 750 milton workers a 4% compensation increase each year. t
francisco -- it's 4.19 a gallon. in san jose -- 4.07, and oakland -- 4.06. those prices down about 5- cents from a week ago. >> the pleasanton preschool, where a teacher was accused of duct-taping a student who refused to take a nap, has now re-opened.. kron4's will tran was at centerpoint christian school this morning. premises is video this event was so shocking that it was the school debt imposed a four day shutdown of some of the teachers can go through an intensive three note session. they brought in experts. this three day session -- 40 session. earlier, these parents and teachers got together and were exchanging photographs of cellphones. and one of the parents have recognized the two year-old it that it was their own child. the police department and then got involved. we spoke with a parent this morning this is what she had to say. >> i feel really confident that they have spent five these reviewing and improving and making sure that this never happens again. i feel very comfortable with that they are great teachers i love it here. i know that they will treat my kids fine. >> report
're still slated to hit the warmest day of the year so far. 46 degrees to start in san jose. it's mild out there. downright mild compared to where which started on monday morning at this time. 43 in gilroy. at noon, look at where temperatures are headed. 70 degrees as you break for lunch in san jose. and then we'll get into upper 70s in some cities as of this afternoon highs coming in about 3:30 in the afternoon 77 degrees on the way for fairfield. saturday, sunday, holding strong in the 70s. rush hour. foggy. let's check that drive with mike. >> good morning. you can see of the roadways is a very tough view right here at the bay bridge toll plaza. the reason there's a backup here, they turned metering lights on and relatively normal schedule for monday through thursday. fridays we don't expect that. the fog limited visibility likely playing a factor crossing the bay there's an advisory for richmond san rafael bridge, san mateo bridge and now dumbarton bridge. orange on maps shows where visibility is an issue. east shore freeway, oakland, 580, 8808 along the peninsula and north bay san fra
is on the way. this is a live picture from our camera atop mount tamalpais. now a live look at san jose. clear skies. for now. and a live picture of the san francisco skyline. again -- nice weather, but you better get out and enjoy it before it's gone. for a look at when the showers will roll in -- jaqueline bennet is standing by in the weather center, with the wet weekend forecast. >> jacqueline: earlier today it was nice but closer to the coast we can see the clouds along the golden gate. take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza with increasing clouds. the stormtracker 4 radar showing the clouds are right off the coast. this next wave over the next couple of hours. the satellite showing that these showers are going to be coming up the coast. as we take a wider view on the satellite and radar is pretty expansive impacting us saturday, sunday. it could be more impact on sunday, indiana saturday. temperatures, not even 80s in napa. it will be more impact full on the sunday-- then saturday. these warm temperatures are also going to be cooler for this weekend. here is a look at futurecast. a bit
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